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The latest games coming to PlayStation Now have been revealed, with the next four titles added on April 5.
We start with time looping puzzler Outer Wilds. You’re a member of the titular space program, exploring a mysterious galaxy that comes to an abrupt end every 22 minutes. You’ll have to use the time and the loops to try and solve the mystery of why. Along the way, you’ll encounter tricky puzzles, other space-farers & a bunch of unique planets with their own secrets to uncover.
In a similar vein, Journey to the Savage Planet sees you arrive on, well, a savage planet. You can explore this new hostile world alone or with friends, and determine whether it’s safe for humans to inhabit. That’s also joined by rally sim WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship. Featuring the 2021 WRC season, 19 events from the history of the WRC and an extensive career mode, you won’t be short on rally action.
Finally, Werewolf : The Apocalypse – Earthblood is an action RPG set in the World of Darkness universe. While that universe’s most famous offering Vampire: The Masquerade deals with blood suckers, here you’re a lycanthrope. After a self-imposed exile due to a wolfy-rage incident, you’re now on a quest for redemption.
All four games will be added to the PlayStation Now service on April 5. There’s no word on anything leaving in this drop, but it’s worth noting it’s the penultimate month before PlayStation Now will be rolled into the new & improved PlayStation Plus service in June.
🌌 Outer Wilds
🏁 WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship
👽Journey to the Savage Planet
🐺Werewolf The Apocalypse – Earthblood
— PlayStation UK (@PlayStationUK) April 4, 2022